Q: Tell us a little about yourself and your role with the honey production.
A: I am a producer/packer, meaning I produce honey as well as buy and bottle honey from other beekeepers in the area that leave their bees to forage only on native brush and wildflowers
Q: Why should people try this honey?
A: This fine light honey from the Huajilla brush is considered by many to be one of the finest in the world-rivaled only by other acacia honey from South Africa.
Q: Does the honey actually taste different? Look different?
A: Huajilla has a clean, pure taste, with no lingering aftertaste. The color ranges from water white to extra light amber
Q: Are there any health benefits to this honey?
A: Health benefits come the fact that it is a ‘local ‘ honey- raw and unfiltered, still containing pollen.
Q: What else should people know about your honey?
A: The old saying goes “If you don’t know the beekeeper, you don’t know the honey “. Well, I’m the beekeeper and I buy only from beekeepers that keep their bees on native plants, no crops.
Stop by The Hunt Store to enjoy this special limited availability run of Huajillo Honey from South Texas. Believed by many to be the best honey in the world!